Is a woman after God's heart. She has a passion for God, family, ministry and helping people. Roslyn has helped people for as long as she can remember.
While caring for her father who was diagnosed and lived with Alzheimer's for seven years, she became an accomplished business owner in her hometown Baltimore, Maryland. Roslyn owned and operated a day spa for eight years. During that time she
mentored young adults, partnered with organizations and provided support to help people that are less fortunate. In addition, Roslyn teamed up with the American Cancer Society "Look Good...Feel Better" program that teaches female cancer patients beauty tips so they will feel better
during chemotherapy and radiation.
After moving to Arizona 13 years ago she decided to step into the driver's seat again and open a mobile spa service for the geriatric population. Because of her affinity for helping people she decided to pursue her dream to become a Psychologist, which is a dream that has existed since she was a young adult. Roslyn went on to receive her Bachelors degree in Psychology and her Masters degree in Mental Health Counseling.
Roslyn has mentored women and children. She has counseled individuals, groups and couples. She recognizes that a lot of psychological issues that people are diagnosed with could be avoided if they had someone to talk to and walk them through the trauma or pain that they've experienced. She has a passion for encouraging, inspiring and enlightening people to live life abundantly and freeing themselves from mental and emotional bondage.
She is a inspirational speaker and she launched her radio program "Life Matters Today" on KXXT 1010AM on October 3, 2010. The show airs every Monday 4-5pm. This program will stimulate, motivate, innovate and help equip individuals to manage matters in life ranging from relationships, health, fitness, finance and career. She is currently writing her first book entitled "Mind Your Intuition." In her book she talks to women about trusting your God given intuition and not allowing your emotions to drive you to make decisions that you later regret. Roslyn says that too many women have the answers however we must learn to trust our intuition.
Roslyn has extensive experience working with individuals with mental illness, substance abuse issues and trauma. She takes joy in providing a platform for people to discuss their issues and receive encouragement to help strengthen them.